"Hinanagashi (or doll floating)" is a traditional event continued in Mochigase-cho from the Edo period, which is held on the third day of the third lunar month. "Nagashibina Museum" is a large-sized timber building using the Kyoto Kinkakuji Temple as a motif. Inside the building, many Japanese dolls are on permanent exhibition, such as dolls and ornaments for the Girls' Festival that span each period including the Edo period, Kamo dolls, and Gosho dolls.
In front of the building, there is a "Hiina Bridge," where the melody of the Girl's Festival flows when one passes over it.
Closed: Wednesday, the next day of national holiday, year ends and New Year holidays
General: 300 yen, No charge for high school students and younger
Parking: 50 cars
5 min. walk from Mochigase Station
○32-1, Befu, Mochigase-cho, Tottori City
689-121 , Japan
TEL +81 (858)-87-3222(Available only in Japanese)